The Sakai community is committed to ensuring all core features of the Sakai project are accessible and usable by the greatest number of potential users, including people with disabilities.
Sakai is developed to meet or exceed all accessibility design principles found in recognized international standards. Our goal is to meet all of the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 Level A and AA Success Criteria. We also use emerging standards and best practice design techniques (such as the WAI-ARIA Suite) that support existing and emerging adaptive technologies.
The Sakai community regularly evaluates Sakai’s accessibility to ensure it meets the needs of faculty and students. Results of Sakai accessibility evaluations are publicly available.
Learn more by joining our Accessibility Working Group.